Garden State News

As you've no doubt heard, the federal government is undergoing its first partial shutdown in 17 years, and people are righteously angry about it. While you may have been expecting a disaster of biblical proportions — rioting in the streets, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria — so far things have been pretty quiet. But if the shutdown persists, the atmosphere could get ugly. ...
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Gay couples will be able to apply for marriage licenses on October 21, but Gov. Chris Christie has said he would appeal the ruling, and it's not clear whether he will seek a stay....
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With the first anniversary of Sandy quickly approaching, many business owners and residents along the Jersey Shore are still fighting with their insurance companies, unsure if they’ll ultimately get enough money to rebuild....
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With three weeks to go before the October 16 special election, a Quinnipiac poll finds Cory Booker leading Steve Lonegan among likely voters by 12 points. ...
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Much of the recovery efforts of Sandy have been focused on the Jersey Shore, but north Jersey residents say they are still coping with the aftermath of the storm. ...
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The Miss America Pagent was held Atlantic City for the first time since 2004, where Miss New York took the crown. ...
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The Morning After in Seaside

September 13, 2013

The fire that blazed along the boardwalk of Seaside Park and Seaside Heights left many, still reeling from Hurricane Sandy, devastated....
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